2013-07-15

Final Draft of America "Energy Star" Lamps V1.0 Specification Comes out

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issued the final draft of "Energy Star" Lamps V1.0 specification, the specification is intended to replace the existing the Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs, V4.3) and Integral LED Lamp (V1.4) specifications. It will also replace the certification requirements in "residential lamps" specification for GU24-based fluorescent. The final draft shall take effect September 1, 2014. In the letter to all stakeholders, EPA responded a series of amendments for the purpose of improving transparency ...
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